Bill Reardon, a private detective, is working on a case involving stolen items from a local jewelry store. The case takes a different turn when Bill's prying wife wants to help catch the crook.
Hilarious sequel to "There's Always a Woman" (original print ad)
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Did You Know?
At around 5 minutes into the film, Sally Reardon (Virginia Bruce) holds up her middle finger towards husband William Reardon (Melvyn Douglas), inadvertently flipping him the bird. At the beginning of the film Sally wakes up with a ribbon tied around her middle finger in order to remember something, but doesn't recall until a phone call during breakfast - that William had an important meeting at his office with his client Mr. Stone (Paul Harvey). As innocent as this seems, audiences in 1938 would most likely have known what that gesture really meant. If this scene aired on modern day broadcast television, her finger would be blurred out. See more
You know, you don't make very many mistakes baby, but you certainly made one when you forgot to divorce me before you married this Wall Street sucker. Now then, are you going to give me the stuff or do I have to be nasty and carry tales.
Follows There's Always a Woman